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Jennifer Brown
Position: The Colorado Sun

Helicopter roundup in western Colorado aims to capture 750 wild horses in next month

Mustang advocates say herding in 100-degree heat is inhumane; BLM says grazing conditions are getting worse

Colorado wolf attacks continue; rancher fights for compensation, and hazing fails

Walden rancher says he’s lost three calves. He’s tried wild burros, fox lights, flags and cracker shells

Colorado’s controversial public guardianship program scrutinized in legislative budget battle

Lawmakers are concerned about deaths of 14 wards in two years and a lack of oversight

Fed-up conservative moms are winning in Colorado, and they don’t plan to stop

After two years of pandemic frustrations, new conservative groups are sprouting across Colorado as women lead the GOP ballot

Colorado lawmakers want to spell it out: It’s legal for kids to play outside alone

A bipartisan measure would clarify that it isn’t child abuse for children to play outside or stay home without parents

Colorado ranchers who have lost livestock to wolves want to know if anyone hears them

Cattlemen say lethal force needed to get rid of the problem

Advocates to push for overhaul of Colorado’s youth residential centers

Facilities are closing, staff is quitting and children are getting worse – not better

Former youth corrections campus eyed for homeless center east of Denver

WATKINS (AP) – On the treeless flatlands east of Denver, in a field of yellow-brown weeds that feels like the middle of nowhere, sits an empty campus with seven dormitories, 500 beds, a cafe...

Northwest Colorado wild horse roundup ends with 70% of the herd removed

About 100 fewer horses than expected were rounded up via helicopter after national outcry, plea from governor

Homeless campers in Colorado’s national forests increase during pandemic

Ranger sees illegal sites proliferate in the Pike National Forest

BLM to remove 80% of wild mustang herd from Sand Wash Basin in Colorado

733 horses from northwestern Colorado targeted despite protests from Polis, advocates

Methadone clinics in Colorado have doubled in 3 years

Most counties in state lack help for people addicted to opioids